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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy124 View Post
    So has anyone found a line on mud flaps yet?
    they are listed in the mopar accessory catalog that just showed this week at the dealers. part number 82215022, msrp is about $100. i just inquired the other day about them at my local dealer and still haven't decided if i want to order them or not. i will decide maybe today as it is raining and will see how things splash up on the sides. wasn't happy to see there are no graphic/stripe kits at all in the catalog was looking to see some of the decals that they used at the press release in Cali.

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    I am getting all sorts of rubber particles and road dust on my lower rear quarter panels. I clean my car nearly every day with a damp micro fiber cloth followed by a dry one so I see it. I clean the "upper" portions of the car above the rear marker light on the quarter panels then come back and clean that lower portion last.

    You don't see this? It isn't an issue with whether it's been raining or not. It is just there every day.

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    Just finally ordered mine. Prices with CA Sales tax of 8% from Walter's FIAT by me:

    Mats $78
    Flaps $86

    Could have saved about $8 ordering on line but I'm good with supporting the local dealer who I'll need for service maybe in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy124 View Post
    I am getting all sorts of rubber particles and road dust on my lower rear quarter panels. I clean my car nearly every day with a damp micro fiber cloth followed by a dry one so I see it. I clean the "upper" portions of the car above the rear marker light on the quarter panels then come back and clean that lower portion last.

    You don't see this? It isn't an issue with whether it's been raining or not. It is just there every day.
    Well I don't wipe mine down every day and I have only owned it two weeks and washed it both weekends. Have not had a lot of chances to see a pattern.. However I have to drive down a muddy road today cause of the rain so I saw the results easily when I got home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy124 View Post
    Just finally ordered mine. Prices with CA Sales tax of 8% from Walter's FIAT by me:

    Mats $78
    Flaps $86

    Could have saved about $8 ordering on line but I'm good with supporting the local dealer who I'll need for service maybe in the future.
    let me know when you get your mudflaps please. interested if there is any drilling into the fender/wheel opening to install them. I think i want to order a set but have no desire to be drilling into anything living is the salt belt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknownsir View Post
    let me know when you get your mudflaps please. interested if there is any drilling into the fender/wheel opening to install them. I think i want to order a set but have no desire to be drilling into anything living is the salt belt.
    They're in and ready for me to pick up. I can't get to the studio until after 7 and parts closes at 5 but it is pre-arranged for me to pick them up. I talked to parts and it comes complete with the installation instructions and a pack of bolts. I'm not sure because I haven't looked real close but There just might be a place to attach these under the fender well. I will post information soon on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknownsir View Post
    let me know when you get your mudflaps please. interested if there is any drilling into the fender/wheel opening to install them. I think i want to order a set but have no desire to be drilling into anything living is the salt belt.
    Update..

    The installation does require drilling and some nice black vinyl or HDPE coated rivets to install them. You may want to use some Rust Bullet on the bare metal after drilling. I'm going to get some and I live in normally arid SoCal.
    Last edited by Sammy124; 10-04-2016 at 11:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy124 View Post
    Update..

    The installation does require drilling and some nice black vinyl or HDPE coated rivets to install them. You may want to use some Rust Bullet on the bare metal after drilling. I'm going to get some and I live in normally arid SoCal.
    dang! thnx!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknownsir View Post
    dang! thnx!!
    But consider this.. That lower rear quarter panel is well exposed to whatever comes off the tires so rock chips can be an entry point for rust to start. Maybe mud flaps with the proper treatment of the metal when installing would be better in the long run?

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    hmmmm, thnx for the input. maybe the clear bra type material instead? have to think about it

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